Top Dave Van Ronk Albums
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The Dave Van Ronk Collection 1958 - 62
The Dave Van Ronk Collection 1958 - 62
[2018]
Here Me Howl Live 1964
Here Me Howl Live 1964
[2015]
Live In Monterey
Live In Monterey
[2014]
Down in Washington Square: The Smithsonian Folkways Collection
Down in Washington Square: The Smithsonian Folkways Collection
[2013]
Dave Van Ronk - On Air
Dave Van Ronk - On Air
[2007]
Going Back to Brooklyn
Going Back to Brooklyn
[2006]
The Mayor of MacDougal Street: Rarities 1957-1969
The Mayor of MacDougal Street: Rarities 1957-1969
[2005]
Ballads, Blues, and a Spiritual
Ballads, Blues, and a Spiritual
[2004]
And the Tin Pan Bended and the Story Ended...
And the Tin Pan Bended and the Story Ended...
[2004]
Sweet & Lowdown
Sweet & Lowdown
[2001]
Somebody Else, Not Me
Somebody Else, Not Me
[1999]
Sunday Street
Sunday Street
[1999]
Somebody Else, Not Me (Reissue)
Somebody Else, Not Me (Reissue)
[1999]
Live At Sir George William University
Live At Sir George William University
[1997]
The Folkways Years 1959-1961
The Folkways Years 1959-1961
[1991]
Inside
Inside
[1989]
Folksinger
Folksinger
[1989]
Songs for Ageing Children
Songs for Ageing Children
[1973]
Van Ronk
Van Ronk
[1971]
No Dirty Names
No Dirty Names
[1966]
Just Dave Van Ronk
Just Dave Van Ronk
[1964]
Dave Van Ronk Sings
Dave Van Ronk Sings
[1961]
Related Information for Dave Van Ronk
Dave Van Ronk (June 30, 1936 – February 10, 2002) was a folk singer born in Brooklyn, New York, who settled in Greenwich Village, New York City, and was nicknamed the "Mayor of MacDougal Street."He was best known as a pioneer of the acoustic blues revival, but his work ranged from old English ballads to Bertolt Brecht, rock, New Orleans jazz, and swing. He was a pioneer of instrumental ragtime guitar, as well as an early supporter of Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell, among many others. Van Ronk was very influential on the music scene in New York City in the 1960s.His musical career started when he moved from Brooklyn to Queens in 1951 and started to sing in a barbershop quartet.Van Ronk died of colorectal cancer (colon cancer) i... read more